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Swedish authorities rescind a quickly-issued warrant for the founder of WikiLeaks.
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Muslim woman sues Disneyland for discrimination, stating she was repeatedly asked not to wear a headscarf in front of customers.
Hawaiian federal judge will allow video gamer to testify about severe withdrawals and emotional distress suffered due to his addiction to Lineage II game.
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